- Peer-refereed journals
- Book chapters
- Other journals
- Invited Papers
- Policy monographs
- Newspapers and Mass Media
Massively Parallel Globalization: Explorations in Self-Organization and World Politics. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. 2015.
Old Nations, New Voters: Nationalism, Transnationalism and Democracy in the Era of Global Migration. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press. 2008.
Rosenau, James N., David C. Earnest, Yale H. Ferguson, and Ole R. Holsti. On the Cutting Edge of Globalization: An Inquiry into American Elites. Boulder, CO: Rowman & Littlefield. 2005.
“The Enfranchisement of Non-Citizen Residents: Variations and Explanations.” Democratization 22, 5 (2015).
“Expanding the Electorate: Comparing the Non-Citizen Voting Practices of 25 Democracies.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 16, 1 (January 2015): 1-25.
Richman, Jesse, Chatta, Gulshan and David C. Earnest. “Do Non-Citizens Vote in U.S. Elections?” Electoral Studies 36 (December 2014): 149-157.
Earnest, David C. and Jennifer N. Fish. “Visual Sociology in the Classroom: Using Imagery to Teach the Politics of Globalization.” Politics 34, 3 (September 2014): 248-262.
Earnest, David C., Steve Yetiv, and Stephen M. Carmel. “Contagion in the Transpacific Shipping Network: International Networks and Vulnerability Interdependence.” International Interactions 38, 5 (2012).
“Growing a Virtual Insurgency: Using Massively Parallel Gaming to Simulate Insurgent Behavior.” Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation 6, 2 (2009): 55-67.
“Coordination in Large Numbers: An Agent-Based Model of International Negotiations.” International Studies Quarterly 52, 2 (June 2008).
“From Alien to Elector: Citizenship and Belonging in the Global City.” Globalizations 4, 2 (May/June 2007).
“Clocks, Not Dartboards: A Tale of Students, Statistics, and the Pedagogical Challenges of Randomness.” PS: Political Science & Politics (July 2006).
“Neither Citizen Nor Stranger: Why States Enfranchise Resident Aliens.” World Politics 58, 2 (January 2006).
“The Gardener and the Craftsman: Four Types of Complexity in Global Life.” In Emilian Kavalski, ed., World Politics at the Edge of Chaos: Reflections on Complexity in Global Life. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2015.
Erika Frydenlund and David C. Earnest. “Harnessing the Knowledge of the Masses: Citizen Sensor Networks, Violence and Public Safety in Mugunga.” In Emilian Kavalski, ed., World Politics at the Edge of Chaos: Reflections on Complexity in Global Life. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2015.
“Voting Complexity and Electoral Outcomes: An Agent-Based Model of Condorcet Social Choice Problems.” Complexity and Policy Analysis: Decision Making in an Interconnected World. Kurt A. Richardson, Linda Dennard and Goktug Morcol, eds. Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing: 2008.
Earnest, David C. and James N. Rosenau. “Signifying Nothing? Why Complex Systems Theory Tells Us So Little About Global Politics.” Complexity in World Politics: Concepts and Methods of a New Paradigm. Edited by Neil E. Harrison. Albany, NY: SUNY Press: 2006.
Earnest, David C., Louis W. Pauly, and the editors. “Reflections: Blurring the Boundaries and Shaping the Agenda.” Strange Power: Shaping the Parameters of International Relations and International Political Economy. Edited by Thomas C. Lawton, James N. Rosenau and Amy C. Verdun. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000.
Earnest, David C. and James N. Rosenau. “The Spy Who Loved Globalization.” Foreign Policy, September-October 2000. 88-90.
“The Enfranchisement of Resident Aliens in Comparative Perspective.” Political Rights in the Age of Globalization. Workshop sponsored by the School of Economics and Political Science, University of St. Gallen. St. Gallen, Switzerland: September 19-20, 2013.
“Too Big to Compromise? Policy Networks and Weak Regimes in International Banking.” Australian School of Business. University of New South Wales. Sydney, Australia. July 13, 2011.
“Irrational Exuberance and Product Ecosystems: Using Agent-Based Modeling to Understand the Surprising Complexity of Global Markets.” University of Sydney. Sydney, Australia. July 6, 2011.
“Cows Grow Trees, Nets Grow Fish: Self-Organized Governance of Complex Interactions in World Politics.” Is Complexity the New Framework for the Study of Global Life? Workshop sponsored by the Academy for the Social Sciences in Australia, University of Western Sydney. Sydney, Australia: January 19-20, 2011.
“Expanding the Polity: Comparing the Non-Citizen Voting Practices of 25 Democracies.” Who Decides? Democracy, Power, and the Municipal Franchise in Cities of Integration. Conference organized by the School of Public Policy and Governance, University of Toronto. Toronto, ON, Canada: April 23, 2010.
Pattie, the Rt. Hon. Sir Geoffrey, Michael T. Smith, Dan Gouré, David C. Earnest, and Robin Niblett. Making Transatlantic Defense Cooperation Work: Findings and Recommendations of the CSIS Atlantic Partnership Project. Washington, DC: The Center for Strategic & International Studies. 1996.
Earnest, David C. and Robin Niblett, “Arms and the Alliance: The Growing Challenges of Transatlantic Defense Cooperation.” From Shadows to Substance: An Action Plan for Transatlantic Defense Cooperation. Edited by Sir Geoffrey Pattie, Michael T. Smith, and Dan Gouré. Washington. D.C.: The Center for Strategic and International Studies. 1995.
Schlesinger, James R., Dan Gouré, Alexander T. Lennon, and David C. Earnest. Negotiating a U.S.-EURATOM Successor Agreement: Finding Common Ground in Nuclear Cooperation. Washington, DC: The Center for Strategic and International Studies. 1994.
McKelvain, Boyd, Irwin M. Pikus and David C. Earnest. Breaking Down the Barricades: Reforming Export Controls to Increase U.S. Competitiveness. Washington, DC: The Center for Strategic and International Studies. 1994.
Jesse Richman and David Earnest. “Could non-citizens decide the November election?” The Washington Post, The Monkey Cage blog, October 24, 2014.
Ian Wilkinson and David C. Earnest. “There’s a quiet revolution going on in the social sciences.” Ockham’s Razor, Australian Broadcasting Corporation national radio, January 1, 2012.
“Meet tomorrow’s innovators.” The Virginian-Pilot, February 17, 2011, p. B7.
“Isolating our military: Encroachment and economics aren’t the whole Oceana story.” The Virginian-Pilot, July 24, 2005, p. J1.
Gouré, Dan and David Earnest. “Sweetener for Tighter Defense Industries.” The Washington Times, July 15, 1997, p. A15.